London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Science & Technology
NESFircroft are actively sourcing a Site HSE Coordinator to support our global power technology client. With a presence in over 90 countries, this business offer products, systems & software solutions to the global energy industry and have been leaders in innovation for over a century. With a customer-base across multiple industries including Energy, Utilities, Industrial and Transportation and almost 40,000 employees, they are committed to providing access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy globally. Working closely with the Site Manager the HSE coordinator will be supporting across the site covering off a number of HSE duties and tasks . The role will be based on site on our clients Shetland HVDC project.
Please note this role has been deemed Inside IR35 (Umbrella and PAYE only)
The Site HSE Coordinator duties include, but are not limited to:
Reports directly to the Site Manager and functionally to the Project HSE Manager and the Global HSEO Manger for HVDC.
Support Site Manager and Project HSE Manager for preparation of Site Health, Safety and Environmental Plans.
Preparation and review of sub-contractor Risk Assessments and Method Statements (RAMS)
Implement the Projects Health, Safety and Environmental Management System, but also ensuring compliance to internal HAPG HSE/SA Management System and Procedures.
Responsible for collecting and compiling all required HSE KPIs for HAPG scope. (i.e. Incidents, Near Miss, Hazards, Observations).
Responsible for Health, Safety and Environment coordination at site according to the Site HSE Plan.
Responsible for implementing proactive and mitigating actions at site together with the Site Manager.
Working in cooperation with other CDM duty holders on site; establishing and maintaining close contact with Principal Contractor/Employer HSE representatives as well as sub-contractor representatives.
Initiate and encourage HSE communication between all hierarchy levels.
Coordinate HSE related site activities and identify potential Simultaneous Operations.
Advise and support site personnel in respect to HSE related matters i.e. SOTs, Toolbox Talks, Safe System of Works, and Last-Minute Risk Assessments.
Responsible for registering and follow up on Permit to Work.
Ensure HSE reporting to the Project HSE Manager and the Construction and Commissioning Management department at HVDC.
Ensure effective cooperation and communication within the Project HSE organization and home organization.
Ensure all incidents are properly reported according to Legal and Employer requirements as well as Hitachi ABB internal routines.
Ensure investigation of incidents/accidents/near misses are conducted and lessons learned are communicated to project personnel.
Identify trends by following-up of incident data and propose suitable risk reducing measures.
Establish and execute training and induction programs to ensure the Health, Safety and Environmental competencies of HAPG site personnel is maintained, and the necessary certified personnel are in place at site.
Organization of site HSE meetings with Hitachi ABB Power Grids subcontractors - Participating in Health, Safety and Environmental Meetings held by Principal Contractor/Employer.
Ensure that HSE requirements relevant for specific tasks are met (e.g. as defined according to Legislation, Contractual requirements, Hitachi ABB requirements or requirements coming from project documentation such as Method Statements or Risk Assessments).
Perform regular site inspections to verify HSE performance at site by monitoring through site walks, spot checks and formal inspections; ensuring site activities comply with the applicable HSE legislation, Employer and Hitachi ABB Power Grids HSE requirements as well as site rules.
Demonstrate a strong commitment towards Environmental standards, guidelines, and procedures.
Inform on/verify adherence to site specific Environmental protection measures (e.g. waste management, wildlife protection, use/handling of substances hazardous to environment)
Conduct Health, Safety and Environmental audits and inspections on the site and assist the Management team in closing out any actions required.
Provide HSE guidance, support, or training as necessary.
Qualifications / Experience
Previous experience of HSE Management in Project of similar size and complexity or other similar proven capacity.
Conversant with ISO 45001 (Internal Auditor Training certification in ISO 45001 will be advantageous).
Knowledge of HSE Legislation for Construction Activities. (CDM 2015 SEPA)
Recognizable qualification in Health, Safety and Environment (e.g. NEBOSH or equivalent)
Experience drafting HSE technical documentation (minimum of 3 years)
CSCS card (mandatory)
CDM experience (mandatory)
First Aid at Work training (desirable)
With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining, Automotive and Chemicals sectors worldwide.With more than 100 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients.